10 High Impact Elf on The Shelf Ideas for Lazy Mums – if you don’t have time or cant be bothered with elaborate Elf set ups, then these ideas are for you
Christmas Eve Box – start the Christmas celebration with a box of surprises for your children. Something to read, something to watch, something to wear and lots more ideas
In this day and age of, ‘give me, give me, give me’ and ‘want, want, want’ it’s becoming all the more important to encourage our kids giving back at Christmas …
We have found the cheapest elf on the shelf in Australia. Your kids will love the cheeky little elf causing trouble around the house this Christmas
3 Reasons I’ll be doing the Elf on the Shelf (None of Them are Because he’ll tell Santa They’ve been Naughty!)
3 Reasons for Doing Elf On The Shelf – Elf on the Shelf does not NEED to report naughty behaviour to Santa, create your own Christmas magic traditions.
For those doing Elf on the shelf this year, all Santa’s little Elves will be turning up all the way from the North Pole, what’s your tradition for ‘announcing’ their arrival?
9 Reasons Why Elf On The Shelf Didn’t Move – you wake up in the morning to the news that the Elf was found in the same spot – don’t panic. Here are some handy excuses
Elf on The Shelf Names – First job after you get your Elf on The Shelf is to give them a name – here is a list of ideas to get you started, happy elf naming
Over achieving elf on the shelf mummies – these are the amazing planned out elf antics that are scheduled in advance. Rather than the elf quickly thrown in a bowl before you go to bed
Traditional Christmas Pudding Recipe by Aunty Lottie that has been passed down 4 generations. Use this Christmas Pudding recipe to start your own family traditions.
Milk and cookies for Santa? Carrots for his reindeer? What do you leave out for Santa on Christmas Eve? Does Santa leave any evidence he has been at your house? We …
Q&A: Do you have any traditions in your family? How does Santa visit your house? Does he leave sacks at the end of beds, under the tree, wrapped individually or all just in the sack, does Santa bring the 1 present & the rest from Mum & Dad or vice versa?